Utility Box Art

In 2017, the City of Dublin began a Utility Box Art program, hiring professional artists to decorate utility boxes with original paintings.  This popular program has added color and character to Dublin's streets, and deters graffiti vandalism. The artwork on the boxes is considered temporary art, but a protective coating has been added to all boxes to lengthen their lifespan.


Utility Box Art Series

City Council has approved eight City-owned traffic signal boxes to be painted in Spring 2018, with designs that reflect the City's brand, "The New American Backyard."  Design proposals were reviewed by the Heritage and Cultural Arts Commission and approved by City Council.  Painting will occur between February 1 and May 31, 2018. 

Locations for the eight boxes:
Amador Valley Boulevard at Brighton Drive 
Amador Valley Boulevard at Iron Horse Trail
Amador Valley Boulevard at Stagecoach Road
Dublin Boulevard at Hacienda Drive
Dublin Boulevard at Hibernia Drive
Dublin Boulevard at Toyota Drive 
Dublin Boulevard at John Monego Court
Dublin Boulevard at Glynnis Rose Drive 

Get Involved

Residents and business owners are invited to nominate boxes for the 2019 series by calling (925) 556-4504 or via e-mail at laura.johnston@dublin.ca.gov.